The Interview : Q&A

The Interview : Q&A

Congrats on scoring an interview!

Now the tension that plagues you is just what you’ll have to say or what questions you’ll have to answer in order to sway the consultants sitting on your panel in your favour. Let’s discuss some tips and techniques so that you can come out of that hot seat with a job.

In The Interview : Part 1 of 3, it was discussed how to get to this stage starting from getting an interview call to actually facing one. We will discuss that here.

First and foremost: keep it short, keep it simple, keep it sweet.

What are the potential ways your interview could start?

  • Take me through your CV.
  • Tell me about yourself.

Take me through your CV

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Gopinath Periyasamy
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Gopinath Periyasamy

Hello Ibreez, Thanks for sharing this detailed advice. I am wondering if I can go to the interview in casual wear. Should I wear a formal shirt or suit or just a t-shirt and jeans would suffice?

ujalyashujat
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ujalyashujat

Very well written post! Thank you!

ujalyashujat
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ujalyashujat

Is it better to start from the last job in the CAMP structure, or would it be better to just list all the jobs and then describe the job that’s most relevant to the post one is applying for?

Hina Zahid
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Hina Zahid

Hi
Thank you for such a great information. I need to know about while applying for jobs through NHS website they ask for 3 references, if someone has only 1 or 2 references, what should he/she do?

Brano
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Brano

A very well articulated post designed with precise information in a brief manner

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